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Suk

 

(also Pokot, Bawgott), a people inhabiting regions along the upper Turkwel River between Kenya and Uganda. Population in Kenya, 93,000 (1969 census); population in Uganda, 30,000 (estimate). The Marakwet, Endo, and Kadam peoples are related to the Suk. The Suk language belongs to the southeastern group of Nilotic languages. Religious beliefs include ancestor and nature worship; Christianity is also practiced. The chief occupations are terraced farming in the mountainous regions and cattle raising on the plains.

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A British artist participated in the Bratislava project too--the conductor Andrew Mogrelia, whose recordings of symphonic and orchestral works by Fibich, Novak and Suk had filled the gaps in the discography of the Naxos label.
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Suk notes in her introduction that the chapters in her book share a similar aim: to reveal the shifting meanings of the home, indeed the deployment of the home, in criminal law.
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54 percent of Serm Suk with the rest held by Thai investors.
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Eugene Mayor Kitty Piercy will sign a letter of condolences and support today to tsunami victims in and around the community of Baan Suk Samran, Thailand.
Fukie Chimura has given the information to families of other abductees, the sources said, adding that Suk Ki might be Kim Suk Ki, who is believed to have underwent spy training along with former North Korean agent Kim Hyon Hui.
Suk was buying the paper and peed on his trouser leg.
Each of the three authors is treated individually, and deliberately so, as Jeannie Suk tries to trace the chronological development of this literary tradition.